GUEST BLOG: By Javier Ordaz (Associate) and David Enríquez (Partner), Goodrich, Riquelme y Asociados
One of the main purposes of Mexico’s Energy Reform is the creation of competitive markets for the energy sector. The natural gas industry in not out of this scope, hence the eagerness of the federal government to implement actions that will […]Continue Reading →
The cities of Villahermosa and Aberdeen signed a MOU this week around how the two “World Energy Cities” can work towards common goals, particularly in energy matters.
Councillor John Reynolds, the Depute Provost of Aberdeen, and Gerardo Gaudiano, the Mayor of Villahermosa in the southern Tabasco state, signed the agreement for three […]Continue Reading →
Italy’s Eni reached a milestone for Mexico’s 2013 Energy Reform when it became the first international company since the industry’s liberalization to drill a well in the shallow waters of the Gulf of Mexico, “confirming the presence of oil in multiple reservoirs,” the company said in a press release.
The Amoca-2 well in Campeche Bay, […]Continue Reading →
Mexican motorists will be able to fill their tanks at around 1,500 new BP fuel stations the British oil giant plans to roll out across the country over the next 5 years. It marks the first time a large international oil company will capitalize on Mexico’s liberalized gasoline market, which was previously closed to outside […]Continue Reading →